HOA is short “Home Owners Association.” It’s a group of homeowners who belong to the same building or neighborhood that have created rules and regulations for residents to follow. Rules for each community may and normally there is a fee for owning property that is located in an HOA community or building. The fees are used towards any expenses incurred by the HOA for common area maintenance, legal fees, and administrative costs associated with managing the HOA.
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- When do I receive my yearly tax paperwork?
- What is included in HappyDoors Property Management services?
- Why do I have to pay GE Taxes?
- What is the purpose of having the utilities turned on when the rental property is empty?
- Why do I need to have HappyDoors Property Management added to my landlord insurance policy?
- Why do you recommend investors to consider pets?
- Why should I need to provide a customary pest treatment?
- Why does HappyDoors Property Management not list a rental property until its move-in ready?
- Why should the property be cleaned professionally prior to a tenant moving-in?
- Can you explain the Transient Accommodations Tax?